A needle disposal or sharps container is just that, a plastic or metal bucket used to clear any cutting hazards that could be contaminated or contain blood residues. They are important to keep in places where injection or cutting devices are commonly used and are part of the immediate standard procedure of sharps disposal. Needles must be dropped into the sharps containers without touching the edges or outside of the bowl. To prevent needlestick injuries or any damages to the container, needles or sharps should never be pushed or forced into the container.
Diabetic retinal exams made SIMPLE and AFFORDABLE for primary care. The RetinaVue™ Network is designed for healthcare providers who want to improve management of patients with diabetes. RetinaVue enables providers to easily perform retinal exams in a primary care setting
For temporary relief of minor muscle and joint aches and pains caused by arthritis, backache, strains, tendon or nerve problems. Each patch contains 4% lidocaine and 1% menthol, the highest permissible amount of lidocaine without a perscription. The patch is large enough to fit areas such as the thigh and can be cut to fit small, hard to fit areas such as the wrist or elbow. Can provide relief of pain for up to 12 hours. The patch is 4" x 6" pack of 5.
For an alternative to pain and more natural than opioids Topical anesthetic.
Portable Bone Density Assessment solutions for Adult and Pediatrics. The MiniOmni is compact (2 pounds) can perform anywhere and by anyone. Used at Health Fairs, Trade Shows, Home health, Physicians, and etc.
Customers use it to improve Preventative Care and Quality Scores, their Medicare bonus, and also as a Cost Savings investment with the CPT Code 76977. The CPT Code RxHCC87 for Risk Adjustment to identify the "Higher Risk" patients, similar to a Diabetic patient, has even more additional benefits. http:www.beammed.com/sunlight-miniomni